Dish Network Ends 3-Year Carriage Dispute With WarnerMedia

Dish Network Ends 3-Year Carriage Dispute With WarnerMedia
Dish Network and WarnerMedia have ended their three-year carriage dispute, effectively immediately. HBO and Cinemax, as well as streaming service HBO Max, will now be available to Dish consumers for the first time since 2018.

“Our number one priority at Dish is and always has been to provide our customers the best entertainment experience,” said Brian Neylon, Group President, Dish TV. “Our customers now have greater choice in the content they can access. HBO Max and Cinemax offer iconic, beloved and acclaimed content that our customers will enjoy.”

As part of a launch offer, Dish will sell HBO Max’s ad-free plan for $12 per month, a $3 discount. HBO Max’s ad-supported option costs $9.99 a month, but does not include the same-day releases of Warner Bros.’ films.

“When we launched HBO Max, we set out to make it available to customers everywhere they chose to access premium content, and today’s launch
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